Summer and Winter Terms

Summer courses are offered each year. Summer Term I and Summer Term III are three¬≠ week terms. Students may enroll in no more than one class during Term I and one class in Term III. Summer Term II is a five-week term. Students may enroll in no more than two classes during Term II. Students must have permission from the faculty advisor and the Provost to exceed these limits; normally, such students should have at least a 3.0 GPA. Most courses offer three semester hours credit. Fees for summer school are charged on the basis of a tuition rate per semester hour. Individuals wishing to reside on campus also pay room and board. The specific fees for the current year are listed in the Fees section of this catalog. Additional information on summer offerings may be obtained from the Provost or the Registrar. 

Winter courses are offered each year. Winter Term is a three week term. Students may enroll in no more that one class during Winter Term. Students must have permission from the faculty advisor and the Provost to exceed these limits; normally, such students should have at least a 3.0 GPA. Most courses offer three semester hours credit. Fees for the winter term are charged on the basis of a tuition rate per semester hour. The specific fees for the current year are listed in the Fees section of this catalog. Additional information on wither offerings may be obtained from the Provost or the Registrar.